Cindy Yen

Taiwanese Singer
Born Nov 14, 1986

Cindy Yen is a Taiwanese-American singer, songwriter, actress, Composer and producer. She was the first artist to be signed to Jay Chou's company, JVR Music, in 2009. In October 2009 she released her first self-titled album: Cindy Yen 袁詠琳.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Cindy Yen.


1991 Birth Born on November 14, 1991.


2004 12 Years Old Yen attended Bellaire High School near Houston, TX and in 2004, went on to study and graduated from The University of Texas at Austin.
2008 16 Years Old 1 More Event
She then won the title of Miss Chinatown Houston 2008 and continued to win the national title of Miss Chinatown USA 2009.
2009 17 Years Old 1 More Event
Finally, she became the first artist ever to sign to JR Yang and the Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou's company, JVR Music, in February 2009. … Read More
Yen’s debut album was listed under Top 10 on the G-Music charts and Rose Records for 5 consecutive weeks, and was the number one listened to album on Taiwan’s KKBox Charts for 4 consecutive weeks. "Sand Painting" went on to place as one of China's most popular top ten hit songs of 2010, as ranked in China's 2010 Mandarin Web Original Composition Pop Music Charts. … Read More
2011 19 Years Old 1 More Event
In March 2011, Yen was a member of the "Fight and Smile" campaign dedicated to help fundraise money for Japan's Tsunami crisis. … Read More


Yen also received Best Single of the Year for "Trap" and Best Stylistic Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the Beijing Music Awards 2012.
2015 23 Years Old In 2015, Yen revealed on Facebook that in 2008, she auditioned for American Idol in Dallas, but was eliminated by Randy Jackson's deciding vote.
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